Case Study - The Solent Football Leadership Programme

Tracey Bourne, Professor Kristine Mason O'Connor, Lindsey McEwen

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Published conference proceedingChapter


    In this chapter, we are emphasising the importance of principles and concepts which underpin and inform effective university community engagement; key ones are:

    ­ partnership,
    ­ reciprocity,
    ­ mutual benefit and equity,
    ­ empowerment,
    ­ ensuring community voice,
    ­ valuing diversity,
    ­ sustainability,
    ­ challenge,
    ­ interdisiplinarity
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationReal World Learning (working title)
    Subtitle of host publication'Beyond the Fringe – mainstreaming real world learning through civic engagement’.
    Publication statusIn preparation - 7 Jun 2019

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